Hike or drive from the Capilano Suspension Bridge to take a guided tour of this immense edifice that captures and stores the ... More
Hike or drive from the Capilano Suspension Bridge to take a guided tour of this immense edifice that captures and stores the region's water supply. Surrounded by lush forest and spanning 640 feet (195 meters) across the canyon, the dam has a bridge that visitors can cross to watch the water's torrential release. Seventeen billion gallons of clean water are stored here. The free bus tours led by the dam's staff inform visitors as to where from the water comes and where it's going, including everything in between.
Get a 360 degree view of Vancouver and its outlying areas from BC's tallest building, the Harbour Centre Tower. The
observation deck gives an unobstructed view of the city, Burrard Inlet, the North Shore mountains, Burnaby Mountain, West Vancouver, ...
Known as the second largest in North America, Vancouver's Chinatown is a colorful area filled with exotic wonders. The profusion
of markets and stores sells everything from star fruit, gai lan, ginseng, herbal medicine and tea sets to hand ...
Take an easy ride by public transit or car to the quaint village of Deep Cove in North Vancouver. Although
it's only 20 minutes from downtown, the area's visitors can feel as though the hustle and bustle of city ...